Montaño, Kara Goucher and Phoebe Wright all speak out about how Nike (and Asics) have contract policies that penalize women for taking time off to have a baby.
Colorado State University is the first school to sweep all four conference titles in the same year since BYU in 2011. Allie Ostrander won the 5000m in 15:45.66 over New Mexico's Ednah Kurgat (15:50.93). Ostrander was also second in the 1500 won by her teammate Alexis Fuller (4:21.11 to 4:21.47). New Mexico got wins from Weini Kelati in the 10,000 (32:09) and Charlotte Prouse in the steeple (9:47).
Oklahoma State's Hassan Abdi won the 10,000 in 29:31.42 over Iowa State's Edwin Kurgat (29:31.98). Kansas' Bryce Hoppel took the 800m in 1:45.95.
Strasser was also a 1960 and 1968 Olympian for Austria in the javelin.
The appeal, will be lodged at the Switzerland Federal Tribunal and will be based on a number of complaints including lack of clarity "as to how the IAAF will implement the regulations."
They scored 154 points to beat out Oregon by 17 points. Women's distance results included UW's Katie Rainsberger (4:19.92) over UO's Jessica Hull (4:20.60) and Dani Jones taking the 5000m (15:54).
10 of the 16 men's and women's 4x100 and 4x400 spots at Worlds were up for grabs at the World Relays. Same for 12 of the 16 mixed 4x400 spots.
Gillespie won the 100m in a school record 9.97, won the 200m (20.23) and ran on UO's winning 4x100. In the 5000m, Oregon's Cooper Teare ran 13:49.77 to beat out Grant Fisher (13:50.30). Fisher was doubling back from the 1500 where he was also second, just .11 behind AZ State's William Paulson (3:49.18). UCLA's Robert Brandt (29:08) won the 10,000.